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Livraria Lello (Lello Bookshop)
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Livraria Lello & Irmão, also known as Livraria Chardron or simply Livraria Lello (Lello Bookshop) is a bookshop located in central Porto, Portugal. Along with Bertrand in Lisbon, it is one of the oldest bookshops in Portugal. In 2011, the Australian Travel Guides and Guidebooks editor Lonely Planet classified Livraria Lello as the third best bookshop in the world. The actual company goes back to the establishment of the "Livraria Internacional de Ernesto Chardron" in 1869, down in the Clérigos street. After the early passing of the founder at the age of 45, the firm was sold to "Lugan & Genelioux Sucessores". In 1881, José Pinto de Sousa Lello based a bookshop in the nearby Almada street. In 1894, Mathieux Logan sold the old Chardron Library to José Lello which, holding a partnership with is brother Antonio Lello, kept Chardron with the registred name of "Sociedade José Pinto Sousa Lello & Irmão", which then would be referred to as "Livraria Lello e Irmão" (1919). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livraria_Lello_%26_Irm%C3%A3o

Copyright: Mikhail Nagaitsev
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Hochgeladen: 24/03/2012
Aktualisiert: 11/08/2014
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